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SFUBUS 478Pek- Hooi SohFall

Chapter 12 Technology-based Industries and the Management of Innovation

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Chapter 12 technology-based industries and the management of innovation. Invention = creation of new products/processes through the development of new
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SFUBUS 478Pek- Hooi SohFall

Chapter 15 Global Strategies and the Multinational Corporation

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Chapter 15 global strategies and the multinational corporation (372-397) Patterns of internationalization y two forces/desires: exploit market opportun
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SFUBUS 478Pek- Hooi SohFall

Chapter 14 Vertical Integration and the Scope of the Firm

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Chapter 14 vertical integration and the scope of the firm (349-365) Transaction costs and the scope of the firm. Technical economies from the physical
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SFUBUS 478Pek- Hooi SohFall

Chapter 5 Analyzing Resources and Capabilities

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The role of resources and capabilities in strategy formulation: basing strategy on resources/capabilities. External environment has become more unstabl
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Vicarious Liability, Sole Proprietorship, Limited Liability

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Introduction: agent represents and acts on behalf of principal in dealings with 3rd parties, agency carries duties/obligations separate from employment
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Legal Personality, Debenture, Floating Charge

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Letters patent: only used in quebec and pei, applicant petitions to government body for granting of letters patent. Letters patent set out constitution
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Bailment, Fee Simple, Easement

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Finder gets good title against everyone but original owner (or a secured creditor) If found on private property, owner of property normally has right t
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Implied Warranty, Barter, Rescission

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Goods and services: only covers contracts involving goods (tangible items), not intangibles (eg. services, stocks, bonds, etc. ) If main component is s
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Security Interest, Secured Creditor, Chattel Mortgage

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A buyer of the car would search the registry and be forewarned to avoid buying it. In the case of default, the bank can recover the vehicle, even from
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fundamental Breach, Force Majeure, Condition Subsequent

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Chapter 9 the end of the contractual relationship: contracts may be discharged through performance, breach, agreement, or frustration. Performance (war
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Canada Labour Code, Wrongful Dismissal, Fiduciary

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The control test service: traditional method: assess degree of control exercised by person paying for, person who is told what to do and how to do it i
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

BUS 393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Uberrima Fides, Caveat Emptor, Rescission

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Chapter 8 factors affecting the contractual relationship. Rectification: courts will correct/rectify if clear that both understood agreement, but wrote
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 7 – Formation of Contracts (Continued)

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Minors/infants: minors (under 19) not bound by their contracts. => not bound if received no benefit at all. Parents" liability: parents are not respons
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 6 – Formation of Contracts

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The contractual relationship: contract voluntary exchange of promises, creating obligations that if defaulted on can be enforced and remedied by the co
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 5 – Negligence, Professional Liability, and Insurance

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Chapter 5 negligence, professional liability, and insurance. See table 5. 1 on p. 127 (negligence: the required ingredients) Negligence: it"s a, b, c,
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 3 – The Resolution of Disputes – The Courts and Alternatives to Litigation

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Chapter 3 the resolution of disputes the courts and alternatives to. Judge makes findings of law, and jury of fact: sentencing circles used for aborigi
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 4 – Intentional Torts

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The nature of torts: tort a civil or social wrong. Intentional does not mean the wrongdoer intended harm, but only that the conduct itself was willful
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 1 – Managing Your Legal Affairs

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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesWinter

Chapter 2 - Introduction to the Legal System

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Chapter 2 - introduction to the legal system. Law is the body of rules that can be enforced by the courts or by other government agencies. Law is not t
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

BUS 381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Bargaining Unit, Closed Shop, Wildcat Strike Action

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Introduction to labour relations federal labour relations legislation: commonalities across jurisdictions, certification procedures, min. 1 year for co
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 15: Fair Treatment – The Foundation of Effective Employee Relations

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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 13: Employee Benefits and Services

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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 12: Pay-for-Performance and Financial Incentives

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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 14: Occupational Health and Safety

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Strategic importance of occupational health and safety: customer/client service depends on how employees are treated, work-related accident figures are
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 11: Rewards

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The strategic importance of total rewards: total rewards integrated package of all rewards (monetary/nonmonetary, extrinsic/intrinsic) gained by employ
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

BUS 381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Team Building, Succession Planning, Management Development

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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 8: Orientation and Training

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Content of orientation programs: can be brief/informal, or length/formal. In the latter: handbook, tour of office, introductions, explanation of proced
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

BUS 381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Pearson Education, Central Tendency

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Gap: free children now by money common rating methods. Step 2: appraising performance (relative to standards): common methods. Graphic rating scale met
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 6: Recruitment

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Identify job openings through hr planning or manager request. 1: specify job requirements using job description/specification, select appropriate metho
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 7: Selection

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Preliminary steps in selection: done by hr: eliminate those that don"t meet essential criteria, then determine which most closely match the remaining j
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 4: Designing and Analyzing Jobs

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Organizing work: organizational structure formal relationships among jobs in an organization, three basic types: bureaucratic, flat, boundaryless. Job
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 2: The Changing Legal Emphasis: From Compliance to Valuing Diversity

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Chapter 2: the changing legal emphasis: from compliance to valuing. Includes constitutional law (charter of rights and freedoms), common law, and contr
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 5: Human Resources Planning

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Skills inventories records summarizing employees" education, experience, interests, skills, etc. Supply of labour in canada will start to shrink as bab
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 3: Human Resources Management and Technology

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Evolution of human resources technology: hr technology technology used to attract, hire, retain, and maintain hr, support administration and optimize h
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SFUBUS 381Rick IversonFall

Chapter 1: The Strategic Role of Human Resources Management

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Chapter 1: the strategic role of human resources management. 6: operational (administrative): analyzing jobs, hiring, training, compensation, communica
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SFUBUS 272Shawn IrelandSummer

Chapter 8 and 11: Power and Leadership

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Bases of power: coercive power, reward power, expert power, referent power. People will respond in one of three ways: commitment, compliance, resistanc
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SFUBUS 272Shawn IrelandSummer

Chapter 4 – Motivation

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What is motivation: the processes that account for an individual"s intensity, direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a goal, the forces
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SFUBUS 272Shawn IrelandSummer

Chapter 5: Applications of Motivation

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Immediacy of reward is crucial to reinforce continued behavior. Other challenges to pay-for-performance programs: the challenges for pay-for-performanc
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SFUBUS 272Shawn IrelandSummer

Chapter 6: Groups and Teamwork

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Midterm mc and tf, 1 fill in the blank. Defining groups: two or more individuals, achieve a set of objectives. Defining a team: clear, specific goals &
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SFUBUS 272Shawn IrelandSummer

Chapter 7 and 9: Communication, Conflict, and Negotiation

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Chapter 7 and 9: communication, conflict, and negotiation. Conflict: one party perceives that another party has negatively affected, or will negatively
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